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[G House] Disciples – They Don’t Know (Sirus Hood Remix)

They Don't Know (Sirus Hood Remix)

Coming off of Pete Tong’s esteemed FFRR label, Disciples have thrived in the UK underground scene with their unique style of dark deep house with a touch of pop sensibilities. Their single, “They Don’t Know,” is highlighted by its big bass lines and infectiously catchy hi-hats that incite listeners to dig into a deep groove.

As a part of the remix pack, this London-based trio have landed the likes of Justin Jay, Alexis Raphael, and mysterious French producer, Sirus Hood, to deliver their own renditions the track.

Dropping a few days ago, “They Don’t Know” came out with a fresh new look and feel via Sirus Hood. This new rendition boasts cleverly chopped up vocals and a big, bass-heavy drum patterns, all of which come together flawlessly. Elements of deep house and the 80s hip-hop movement deliver the end result, which is something reminiscent of g-house flag bearers Amine Edge & Dance.

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[Deep House] Disciples – They Don’t Know (Justin Jay Remix)

They Don't Know (Justin Jay Remix)

While big room and progressive house have dominated the EDM scene since its explosion, the underground is beginning to slip its way into the spotlight of major festivals and media outlets. Claude Von Stroke’s DirtyBird Records just recently celebrated their 10 year anniversary of being a leader amongst forward-thinking labels and is home to some of the scenes most promising talent. 22-year-old producer, Justin Jay, was taken under the wing of Dirtybird not too long ago and has developed his own impressive career in a rather short time. He continues to surprise fans with every move he makes and is set up for a monumental year with a secured spot on Holy Ship! and an forthcoming EP on Pet Recordings.

Justin Jay thought it was appropriate to bring out his darker side to fans with his first remix of the year as he takes on the UK’s Disciples‘ “They Don’t Know.” Storming in with a whirlwind of gritty bass shivers, spine-tingling synth chords, and conniving vocal manipulation, the LA prodigy exhibits what true imagination exists in his musical brain. Although this remix does not accommodate to the cheerful crowd, Justin Jay is sure to expose open-minded fans to a world they have yet to travel into. The remix will be released on February 22nd via Pete Tong’s FFRR Records.

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